Building Unsafe In Clark Mills

The Town of Kirkland Board met Wednesday night to discuss new business. The Board began the meeting with the approval of the Jan. 3 meeting minutes.


The Board approved a resolution accepting the 2022 Kirkland Arts Center Agreement.


The Board approved a resolution accepting the 2022 Clinton Youth Foundation agreement.


The Board approved a resolution accepting the 2022 Animal Sheltering agreement.


The Board approved a resolution accepting the 2022 Felt-Evans Retainer agreement.


The Board approved a resolution accepting the new CSC Climate Smart taskforce Coordinator Stephen Orvis.


The Board approved a resolution accepting the suggested 2021 year-end budget transfers.


The Board held a short discussion then approved a resolution accepting the Climate Smart Taskforce proposals.


Kirkland Art Center Executive Director David Fitzgerald spoke to the Board to thank them for their continued support of the KAC. He said there would be a proclamation from the New York State Senate Feb. 28 and the KAC run for the first Saturday in June is a go.


Town Attorney Tony Hallak interviewed Building Inspector Bob Harris about his condemning of 1 Main St., Clark Mills. Harris said the building was beyond repair and represented a significant safety issue.


The Board approved a resolution accepting Attorney Hallak's recommendations.


The next Town of Kirkland Board meeting is scheduled for Feb. 7 at 7 p.m.



The full story is in this week's edition of the newspaper. 

THE WATERVILLE TIMES